(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "The Stagecoach"

WSIismfM 



■ill,' 



JVfK 



: sm 



VOV 



i 



i\il*< 



'■all) *V ■;■.;, '\ x i <\\. , ; <.f f ',H -■-.. i It' i '0 



■i«iiiliiiii ! M 




J 
IffiRfil 



!/>U*i* 



In 



41 illillfPIil 

iiiil illlii 




Illii 



lliMlliiiM 1 :l 





2^ 



.CcJ 






•i 



K 



ti 



■/ 



4 






rV^ 



fryuX?& 



G» 




^ 






v> 





A*" v ^ 



,p 



^ 



>" 



O— 



^ 



tf* 





QMM//M 



y 




Q*> 



& 



* 



a 



*V- 






&*^/lazu+iJ 



iCwgK^ ^^wat^a^N^woiX^^wi^-mj-. ;>,■■■ ■ . . . _ - ■■ s . 



=*c 



& 

-% 



/olltL Ouo& 



K 



j-PfT 



j- 



J-> 



iy 



o\ froo * ~ J " %K *A 





V 



V 



x 



Y 



\_0>A 



^A\' 




yict)& 



^44d^u ^^e^ey- 



V* 




•flvyi 





^A 



J 




1 



,/ 






:l 




<*: 



■^ 




X3 



<L^ 



yV^ 



"^ 



-*b. 





^1 



/ 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://archive.org/details/stagecoach1952sain 



The 1952 

STAGE COACH 







YEARBOOK OF SAINT MARY'S 
SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 



Foreword 



Saint Mary's will always be difficult to define. In a sense the 1952 Stack Coach is 
a visual definition of Saint Mary's : what outsiders might see of the school if they looked 
enough and examined the record. But for students, especially Seniors, the pictures 
herein are only reminders of memories which lie deeper than pictures. 










For the enduring values which you may detect in word and picture, we, Editor Anna 
and Business Manager Mary Dubose, proudly present this annual, confident that the 
smiles, the cheers, the lectures, the books, the meetings and the friends symbolize, if they 
do not define, Saint Mary's and "A Year in the Grove." 




As Secretary to the Bookstore and Postoffice she has been a beloved part of Saint 
Mary's for many years. Always kind, always helpful in every way, she has shown her 
genuine interest in our life at Saint Mary's and is truly a warm friend of all the girls 
in school- 
It is with a great deal of pleasure, gratitude, and love that we dedicate the 1952 
Stage Coach to 

MISS BESSIE BROWN 




Smedes Hall 




The Chapel 




Holt Hall 



Dining Room and Gymnasium 





The Auditorium 



The Infirmary 




®(D©©©®®®® 
®®©@© 

©® 



L 




ADMINISTRATION 








RICHARD G. STONE 
President 



A.B., Western Maryland College; Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University. Saint 
Mary's 19-16-. 

He is the personification of interest in Saint Mary's. We thank him for guidance 
in bringing understanding and friendship between faculty and students and furthering 
ideals and principals inspired by this personal contact. 

10 




I. HARDING HUGHES 

When years have passed, the memo- 
ries of Mr. Hughes, his cheerfulness, 
his friendliness, and his sincerity, will 
never leave our hearts. His personal 
interest in helping each girl to enrich 
her life in every way is one of the main 
reasons for the respect and admiration 
which every Saint Mary's girl has for 
Mr. Hughes. 



MARTHA DABNEY JONES 

Her understanding and love towards 
Saint Mary's and each girl have helped 
to promote friendliness within the school 
and admiration for the school. Her 
kindness, helpfulness, guidance, and effi- 
ciency will not soon he forgotten by 
any of us who attend Saint Mary's. 
We owe our gratitude and respect to 
Miss Jones, our Dean. 




The Faculty 




■svinmHM 



12 



Elizabeth Bason Home Economics 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity. Saint Mary's, 1924-. 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

Janet R. Broughton Mathematics and French 

A.B., Lindenwood College; M.A., Oberlin College. 
Saint Mary's 1940-. 

Russel Broughton, Head of Music Department, 

Organ, Harmony, History of Music 
Mus.B., Mus.M., Oberlin College; Fellow of the 
American Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda; 
Estey scholarship. Conservatoire Americain, Fon- 
tainebleau; pupil in organ of George Whitfield 
Andrews, Henri Libert: in theory, of A. E. Heacox: 
in composition, of G. W. Andrews, Nadia Boulanger: 
in improvision, of Marcel Dupre. Saint Mary's 1940-. 

Helen Abel Brown Librarian 

A.B., M.A., Middlcbury College; A.B., in Library 
Science, University of Michigan. Saint Mary's 1937-. 

Owen Hand Browne Chemistry 

B.S., North Carolina State College; Ph.D.. The Johns 
Hopkins University. Saint Mary's 1950-. 

Elizabeth Cameron Physical Education 

The Woman's College of the U.N.C.; B.S.. Saint 
Mary's 1951-. 

Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice, Glee Club 

A.B., University of South Carolina; Mus.B., West- 
minster Choir College; M.A., in Music, Teachers Col- 
lege, Columbia University; pupil of Julie Belle 
Soudant. Saint Mary's 1940-. 

Florence C. Davis Speech and Theatre Arts 

Bachelor of Oratory. Emerson College; pupil of Edith 
Herrick; Feagin School; Teachers College, Columbia 
University. Saint Mary's 19] 1-. 

Mary Oliver Ellington Biology, Hygiene 

B.S., State Teachers College, Farmville, Va. ; M.S., 
North Carolina State College. Saint Mary's 19*7-. 

William C. Guess, Head of Department , 

History and Social Sciences 
A.B.. University of North Carolina; M.A., The Johns 
Hopkins University. Saint Mary's 1928-. 

Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

DePauw University School of Music; Graduate in 
Piano, pupil of James Friskin, Juilliard Institute of 
Musical Art; B.S., in Music Education, Teachers 
College, Columbia University ; pupil of Sascha 
Gorodnitzki, pupil of Robert and Gaby Casadesus, 
Conservatoire Americain, Fontainebleau. Saint Mary's 
1937-. 

Israel Harding Hughes Bible 

A.B.. University of North Carolina ; B.D., Episcopal 
Theological School, Cambridge, Mass. Saint Mary's 
19 12-. 



The Faculty 

Martha Dabney Jones English 

Graduate of Saint Mary's; A.B., Sweet Briar Col- 
lege; M.A.. University of North Carolina. Saint 
Mary's 1937-. 

Sara Esther Jones English 

B.S., Asheville College; M.A.. George Peabody Col- 
lege for Teachers. Saint Mary's 1947-. 

Anne Henderson Lindsey Spanish, French 

A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina. Saint 
Mary's 1950-. 

Annie Ruth Lineberrv Mathematics 

A.B.j Meredith College; M.A., Columbia University. 
Saint Mary's 1927-. 

Hilda Rae Liverman, Head of Department, 

Physical Education 
B.S., Woman's College of the University of North 
Carolina. Saint Mary's 1949-. 

Charles Albert Pettigru Moore, Head of Depart- 
ment English 

A.B., M.A.. University of North Carolina. Saint 
Mary's 1935-. 

Katharine Morris Irt, History of Art 

Graduate of Saint Mary's; studied further at Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, Meredith College, Wo- 
man's College of the University of North Carolina. 
Abbott School, New York School of Fine and Applied 
Art. Saint Mary's 19 15-. 

Mabel Margaret Morrison 

Psychology, Latin, History 
A.B.. M.A., Dalhousie University; Ph.D.. University 
of Toronto. Saint Mary's 1929-. 

Nancy' Delia McLauiun English, History 

A.B., Coker College; M.A.. University of North 
Carolina. Saint Mary's 19-17-. 

Watson K. Partrick Bible, Latin, Algebra 

A.B., University of North Carolina. Saint Mary's 
1936-. 

Donald Peerv Piano, Theory 

Mus.B., Oberlin College; M.A.. Teachers College. 
Columbia University; pupil of Rosalyn. Tureck. and 
Frank Sheridan. New York. Saint Mary's 1940-41; 
1944-. 

Julienne Mongin Smith French, Spanish 

A.B., M.A.. University of South Carolina; Certificate 
d'Etudes, Sorbonne. Paris. Saint Mary's I948-. 

Cornelia R. Winton lecompanist 

A.B., University of Chattanooga; M.A., Duke Uni- 
versity; Certificate in Piano, Cadek Conservatory, 
Chattanooga. Tenn. Saint Mary's 1947-. 

Eugene F. Parker German, Spanish 

B.S., Norwich University. Northfield, Yt. ; Ph.D., 
Harvard University. Saint Mary's 1947-. 



13 



Staff 




Wd 1 




Miss Bessie Burkhead Brown, Secretary to the Bookstore anil Postoffice; Mrs. Alice C. Boyle, 
Switchboard Operator; Mrs. Evie Callahan, Housekeeper; Mrs. Georgia Holleman, Assistant Die- 
titian; Mrs. Mary Jane Hornhack, Hostess; Miss Julia Jordan, Secretary ; Mrs. Lola Brodie Naylor. 
R.N., Resident Nurse; Miss Mary Lewis Sasser, Secretary; Miss Elizabeth Gordon Tucker. Secre- 
tary to the President; Miss Frances Vann. Assistant Secretary; Miss Mary Jane Siler, Dietitian; 
Miss Jane Peat, Alumnae Secretary. 



14 



Student Government Association 

ii i r 




15 




ALICE HICKS 
President of Student Government 



NANCY DAWSON 

Vice-President of Student Government 



LOIS PERRY 
Chairman of Hall Council 



Student Government Officers 




GILLIE MARTIN 
Secretary of Student Government 



SUE ANN SADLER 
Secretary of Hall Council 



MARY ANN EADDY 
President of Day Students 



16 



Honor Council 




Alice Hicks, Chairman ; Gillie Martin, Secretary; Rachel Brooks, Nancy Dawson. Ann Fitzgerald, Sib Harrier, 
Alice Hicks, Gillie Martin, Mary Michal, Joanne Trowbridge, Betsv Williams. 



Legislative Body 



'-'*■■'■■ J : : 
• •■■ - * • - 

n 






w* 

• J- 

; i 


^HBr '"■ ^^9P H * ■'i...v =SH^ ': ' '" '■■ ''!""'' 1— " 

*" "7"" ■ ■•T"" ■■ k- "■■■■■ ■'■ 


#fi 


■ , Mi I'll W' '''i' "'■ ] B^™^ Bt t KM * K ff ^KwKmv' ■-■ ■ ■$ 



Ann Patterson, Chairman; Mary Ann Eaddy, Secretary; Emily Adams, Betsy Clarke, Nancy Dawson, Betty Dry, 
Betsy Dunn, Mary Ann Eaddy, Nell Eley, Leon Gold, Alice Hicks, M. D. Jones, Glenn Lightsey, Lynn Littleton, 
Ann Patterson, Lois Perry. Ann Robinson. Paula Wliitaker. 



17 



Hall Council 




Lois Perry, Chairman; Sue Ann Sadler, Secretary; Jeanie Patterson, Assistant Secretary; Counsellors : Pat Boesser. 
Lane Buckly, Betsy Clarke, Sandy Donaldson, Ann Fitzgerald, Sally Hackney, Laura Hays, Laura Holoman, Lynn 
Littleton, Kathrine Melcher. Ann MeCullock, Ann Patterson, Jeanie Patterson, Lois Perry. Ann Stewart. Helen Setzer. 



Gs 



kritWf-XY-i 



Vice Counsellors: Ann Banton, Martha Bridges, Gertrude Chappel. Margaret Cheatham. Peggy Costlier, Nell Boone 
Crofton, Edith Cross, Nancy Dawson, Connie Edwards, Ann Harless. Alice Hicks, May Holton. Gillie Martin. Buncv 
Robinson, Sue Ann Saddler, Janyce Winders. 



18 



Senior Class 



OFFICERS 

Ann Patterson 
President 

Ann Benton 
Vice-President 

Ann Fitzgerald 
Secretary 

Beeps Buchanan 
Treasurer 




Ann Patterson 
President 




21 



Class History 



It seems as if I haven't been in this attic for years. Where 
shall I start cleaning? Here with this stack of old papers, I 
guess. My, how dust does collect. What's this? My old S.M.S. 
SCrapbook. Here's an old snapshot taken on the first day of 
school, 1950. How well I remember ! that mad confusion! Every- 
one was wide-eyed with excitement dashing wildly about, and 
those endless matriculation lines. . . . That night we felt a strange 
friendliness being together at the end of our first day in college. 
I could hardly believe it, but that week I awoke to reality during 
those endless Iowa state tests. . . . Wonder what they found out 
about me? 

From then on I was swept up in a whirlwind of activity. At 
the Old-girl New-girl reception I found myself half tongtied 
being pushed a long line of smiling faces. College classes were 
no holiday. A mixture of themes, Thomas Hardy, French verbs, 
and amoebas floated through my mind. Oh, here's my Halloween 
mask ! I remember how I donned my witche's cap, bobbed for 
apples, and had my fortune told — "Good times !" it said. And 
how true! Between my mental exertions I found time for Toddle 
House cheeseburgers, two-minute taxi rides to the Ambassador, 
and Carolina weekends— those little bits of heaven ! Then Thanks- 
giving, home, and turkey. The three weeks following found me 
back in class with my knitting (argiles, of course), playing 
Juliet to my State Romeo and groping my way downstairs in our 
famous midnight fire drills. 

Soon White Christmas was heard in all the halls. The Glee 
Club polished up for their concert. And the Sunday before vaca- 
tion we filed into Chapel to see the Christmas pageant carried out 
with the traditional candlelight and pine. The seniors woke us 
with carols vacation morn and a few hours later we peeped 
through bags and boxes to wave good-by to our "roomies" shouting, 
"Happy holidays !" And happy they were! 



and curtains pennants and pin-ups, records and "roomies." We 
took off for test raids— Iowa State — but quickly returned to 
home base— the bridge tabic in Holt parlor. We shot the works 
at our enemies, but some of them were pretty tough, such as the 
C.T. in M.E., (Canterbury Tales in Middle English), and were 
conquered only after devouring twenty commentaries and an 
all night discussion (on our new late-light privileges.) 

Halloween was a perfect scream. Mother Goose had quite a 
brainy brood. Then there was the shortage— time and water ! 
Soon, again, Thanksgiving, home, and turkey. Upon our return 
the Senior Dance claimed more of our time and toil. Our dreamy 
Night Before Christmas passed quickly. The days that followed 
brought more frost and frolic. By that time I was through 
Hell (in the B.C.) and had hope! That Christmas, Alice was 
lovely as Mary in "our" pageant. After coffee and donuts we 
set off with cold noses singing carols in the grey of dawn on 
vacation day. Here's my woolen mitten covered with candle 
wax — Fond, fond memories ! 

Back to school and exams again. . . . Spenser and Chaucer 
stood between us and graduation. The cramming sessions in Holt 
parlor lasted until four — with Faerie Queen and No-Doze as 
never before. 

As our senior year continued, we continued struggling — with 
English 31. We had tables in the dining room and front seats 
in chapel. We spent hours at the Ambassador and at the bridgi* 
table, and even more hours in the library. Here's a play bill 
from Miss Davis' production of Seventeen. In our spare time 
we read love magazines and solved logic problems. Girl-breaks, 
basketball games, and Circle walks highlighted the weeks until 
spring vacation. 



. . . Then those frantic first semester exams ! My European 
history book and I spent the night in the closet. I was scared — 
but somehow lived through and vowed to study next semester 
. . . but played bridge instead and was campused for illegal late 
lights. This crepe paper wisteria brings back memories of our 
Deep Purple Junior-Senior and our May Day "over the rainbow." 

For weeks we planned every moment of our first week-end. 
To leave on Friday was truly bliss ! Slaving on our documented 
papers, we copied blue books, scattered note cards, and feared 
plaguerism. History maps, Mid-Winters, stuffed animals, trig 
problems, page duty, Miss Jones' list, daily chapel services, and 
Sigtna-Mu games flash through my mind. This commencement 
program completes my memories of our fine junior year. 

September, 1951. The sun turned to ice. Black became white. 
The impossible happened. We were seniors ! The mass invasion 
of Holt began. Bare rooms became tiny homes, alive with clothes 



I turned the page. The Flagstad concert program was pasted 
beside a tap dance routine. We had an extra-long spring vacation 
— nine whole days . . . and made good use of every minute. I 
saw a pressed Easter corsage and remembered the beauty of 
the chapel services that happy Easter day. 

Beneath an old reading card and Tom Jones test, I found a 
campus slip — offense: taking a reserve book out at 9:28. I had 
saved a copy of the May Day program. How beautifully Pat 
reigned over our Toyland! Our Junior-Senior was truly one to 
remember. Here's a bid— oh ! sweet memories! A page of snap- 
shots — a scene from the Shakespearian play, Apey's leadership 
in our senior follies, Letitia's concert, a dorm scene, a hall party, 
the Glee Club concert, our class day, the step singing, the Com- 
mencement procession, the handkerchief falling. . . . 

The book ended, but my memories of Saint Mary's will never 
end. 



22 



Class Prophecy 



Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Station S.M.S now brings 
you a fifteen minute pill of the top news of the day. Hut first, 
a word from our sponsor. Locadah (Hadacol spelled backwards) 
is not an ordinary medicine, for it cures anything and anybody. 
Just today we received two letters from two of our customers. 
Jeannie Patterson, Nell Boone Grafton both report that they have 
never seen such a quick and ever-lasting remedy as Locadah. 
Just one bottle and you are looking at the world through rose- 
colored glasses again. So try our wonderful product and see 
if you too do not see the rapid change. And, ladies, it tastes 
good too. 

For a look at international news, we find that Katherine Mel- 
cher, U. S. ambassador to Brazil, is still down thar' bargaining 
for more bananas, but she sorrowfully reports the Brazilians as 
saying again, "Yes, we have no bananas.' 1 Across the Atlantic 
to Europe, our ambassador to France, Marion Faison, has aban- 
doned her duties in Paris and is enjoying a short vacation at 
the Rivera. Barbara Taylor, who is still conducting her world- 
wide research on "Why the Divine- Comedy is so devine," is now 
in Florence, Italy, where she hopes to find her answer. Good 
luck to a swell seeker ! 

In Washington our President Alice Hicks is having trouble 
with the Supreme Court. Ann Patterson, Chief Justice, and the 
two foremost members of the Court, Gillie Martin and Ann 
Fitzgerald , will not give in to the President. The case that is 
causing all the trouble is the U. S. vs. Sally Hackney and Mary 
Debose Watson. It all started when one of the two told some 
secret national plans on how the U. S. was going to capture the 
Stratosphere. The controversy is which party told. Ruth Mines, 
the F.B.I, lady on the case, reports, "This presents a good logic 
question. Were they in an elevator? Chief Justice Patterson- has 
planned for another hearing tonight. Her reason — she has to 
bake a cake this afternoon. Just what the court and the President 
will decide is hard to tell, but it is going to be a fight to the 
finish. 

In New York today Laura Hays was awarded the title of 
"Miss Rosebud of 1980." Mary Dorsett ran a close second but 
ended up only as a narcissus. Sue Ann Sadler, the renown fashion 
designer, planned both the models wardrobes, and each had, of 
course, a furlined middy blouse, Miss Sadler's specialty. These 
middy hlouses are rapidly sweeping the nation (hope they clean 
it up). On their last T.V. program Ann McCitlloch and Clair 
Boone, the Toni Twins, wore these hlouses, and the effect was 
very stunning! Letitia House and Nancy Murray made their 
comeback last night at the Met where they presented the opera 
"La Sainta Maria Scholia," a sad tale of boarding school life. 
They gave a wonderful performance and were quickly accepted 
by the puhlic. Much to the nations regret there has occurred 
another riot in New York. The night club "Hotsie Totsie" was 
the center of the turmoil, and the instigators were none other 
than those red-head Flaming Mamies Ann Benton and Ann 
Harless. They offered no excuse, but frankly stated, "The place 
was too dead — -we wanted some action." Again detective Mines 
is on the job. She really gets around. 

And now to Hollywood where we get the latest dirt on the 
movie stars from Buncy "Hedda Hopper" Robinson. She reports 
that Actress Helen Setzer has just completed her latest flicker 
which is entitled "Assembly Dismissed." Lane Buckly and Alice 
Jones make their dancing debut in this picture, and they are 
very good. They got their start in Orchesis at Saint Mary's 
School. Miss Robinson has no criticism of the picture except she 
does say that now she appreciates Miss Setzer in orange. As we 
reported to you yesterday, Miss Setzer would not allow the 
picture to be made in technicolor but insisted upon orangitint. 
Song writer Bootie Pento-n has recently published what she 
terms as "her bestest and lastest song." The song, "Dont chop 



the Wood, Mother Fin Bringing Home A Load Tonight," is 
becoming the number one tune of the nation and has many 
promises in the future. What kind of promises we hate to say. 
In North Carolina the scene is just about the same. Governor 
Mary Ann Eaddy has appointed Ann Ptntou and Margaret 
Cheatham to survey the distances between Richmond and Wil- 
mington and Henderson and Martinsville, Virginia, respectively. 
There seems to have been a disturbance as to which of these 
four cities is the closest to Raleigh. No conclusion has been 
reached as yet, but Cheatham and Penton are steadily measuring 
every day. 

FLASH ! ! ! We have just received word from Washington 
that Ann, Stewart- who has weighed u'7 pounds for the last thirty 
years has at last added a pound ! We know that our listeners 
will be overjoyed at this news. Congratulations Ann! 

At the Sir Walter Hotel the Fifty-two Pick-up Club is spon- 
soring a State-wide bridge tournament. The struggle started 
today. The most favored table composed of Virginia. Allen, May 
Bolton, and Jess Gant, is still hollering for their fourth. Could 
Martha Bridger be late again? Three Raleigh housewives, Janet 
Harris, Audrey Campbell, and Laura Holoman, have won the 
Nation-wide contest on the program "Crack the Vault" by an- 
swering the question, "Who is buried in Grants tomb?" The 
answer, of course, as revealed by the three ladies is Lee. They 
received many wonderful prizes, but the one most appreciated 
was a hundred complete volumes of English Literature ranging 
from Bede to Shakespeare. What more could they ask for? 

Into the realm of the unknown and interplanetory news, we 
hear that Daring Peggie Costner has found a new mineral on 
Mars. She sails it the "Jack" rock and believes that this specie 
will revolutionize the world. Nancy Dawson, Loin Perry, and 
Mai Stewart who recently took off on their rocket ship "The 
Do Or Die" have not reported any discoveries so far. They are 
now en route to the Sun where they plan to join with Edith 
Cross and Betsy Clarke. These two scientists are in the midst 
of an experiment with the Vitamin Bomb. From there they will 
travel to Mercury to hear Dr. Pant's lecture on the Paul Theory 
which is based on a recently discovered error in Einstein's Theory. 

Now for another word from our sponsor. We don't have to 
tell you how good Locadah is because here is a letter from 
Jan Winders to verify what we would say. Miss Winders says, 
"I liked Locadah from the first minute that I saw the purple 
and pink polka-dotted bottle. I made up my mind right at the 
beginning and when I ever make up my mind, you can be sure 
that I'm right." So, you see, folks, people just like you and me 
are using this grand product and are benefitting from their in- 
dulgence. Try it once and you'll never forget it. 

Now for the latest on sports. It seems that sports have taken 
a new turn this season. We aren't quite sure which way they 
are turning but it is for certain, they are going around in ciK;I ,. - 
All- American Coacli Beeps Buchanan- is planning to carry her 
football team (single-handed) to play against the All European 
team in Iceland this week. Her two star players, Pat Boesser 
and Sandy Donaldson, are reported as being in excellent shape 
for the game. Anna Redding, the famous sports commentator, 
will accompany them and will broadcast the game. The outcome 
of the game will be of interest to everyone all over the world. 
All we can say is "Don't get nervous, Coach." 

Ann Nelson, the director of the weather, forecasts a "Sunny" 
day today. She also adds that the weather from here on out 
looks "sunny." Thank you, Miss Nelson. 

This concludes our news broadcast for the day, but we will 
be back someday, someway, with more current events and special 
happenings. 'Till then, these are your roving reporters Helen 
Sanders and Shepherd Rustin with Mr, C. A. P. Moore in Master 
Control wishing you a fond adieu. 



23 



Last Will and Testament 



We, the senior class, being sound of mind and body, have come 
to the realizat'on that soon Saint Mary's School will lose its 
foremost leaders, its most inspirational characters, its very 
backbone; this said institution of learning must somehow carry 
<ui without those who are essential. The fact is, we are about 
to depart, and S. M. S. must go on as a stately oak that remans 
proudly upright although many of its lovely boughs have been 
hewn. Because of this reason we deem it necessary to bequeath 
the following blessings and possessions to our fortunate bene- 
ficiaries, to wit : 

Article I 

To Dr. Stone, we leave our thanks for the many new petitions 
that he granted this year. 

To Miss Jones, we leave a bottle of Bromo-Seltzer, three 
months to recuperate, and the hope that Senior classes like ours 
will be few and far between. 

To Mr. Moore, we leave a sufficient number of Eskimo parkas 
to be distributed to his classes during the winter months. 

To all other members of the faculty, we leave all the D*s, 
E's, and F's that we have gleaned through these years to he 
redistributed to other deserving students. 



Article II 

I, Virginia Allen, leave still shouting, "Bridge Anyone? 1 ' 

I, Anne Benton, leave still making out campus slips. 

I. Pat Boesser, leave my personality, popularity, and puleritude 
to Nancy Mclver. 

I, Claire Boone, leave my first edition copy of Cheering in 
Ten. Easy Lessons to Tootsie Jones. 

I, Martha Bridger, leave the phone on third Smedes vacant 
after two years of constant use. 

I, Beeps Buchanan, will my ability to write documented papers 
the n'ght before they are due to Dottie Allen. 

I, Lane Buchly, leave the St. Mary's swimming pool to the 
Raleigh Water Supply Co , and Orchesis to next year's president. 

I, Audrey Campbell, leave my "scatterbraiu" to Miss Ellington 
and the biology lab. 

I, Margaret Cheatham, leave mv brunette beauty to Barbara 
Carter. 

I, Betsy Clark, leave still trying to make my trans-oceanic 
call to England. 

I, Peggy Costner, leave my petite neatness to Syb Hamer. 

I, Nell Boone Croft on, leave my quiet sincerity to Rachel 
Brooks. 

I, Edith Cross, leave my very high grades to Isabello Mebane. 

I, Nancy Dawson, hate to part with those few Nags Head 
freckles on my nose but leave them unwillingly to Mary Michel 
who will have to wear them on her feet. 

I, Sandy Donaldson, will my many honors in tennis to Flicka 
Keane. 

I, Mary Dorsett, leave still glad the North won the War, but 
proud of my adopted Southland. 

I, Mary Ann Eaddy, leave the city of Raleigh in the hands of 
my sister, Jo, just to keep it in the family. 

I, Connie Edwards, leave my love for men (especiallv from 
Carolina) to Kathy Whitfield. * 

I, Marian Faison, leave my knitting of argyle socks to anyone 
else who has a motherly instinct. 

1, Ann Fitzgeraldj leave my competance in any task given me 
to Gene Overbeck, 

I, Jess Gant, will my ability to sleep in class to Betty Jo 
Snyder, who is asleep already. 



I. Sally Hackney, leave my love for Carolina summer school 
lo any St. Mary's girl fortunate enough to have to go this summer. 

I, Ann Ha Hess, will mv flame-like personality and (lame-like 
hair to Deedee Davenport. 

I, Janet Harris, leave as confused as when I got here. 

1. Laura Hays, will my neatness to (iwen (Jri/./.ard. 

I, Alice Hicks, leave by ability to do almost anything to the 
whole Junior class, because another person with my versitality 
would be disastrous. 

I. Kuth Hines, leave my many stoles to Susie Nicoll. 

I, Laura Holoman, leave my concern with keeping the day 
student's room neat and quiet to Murph Fuller. 

I, May Hoi ton, hereby hit nisi to Paula Smith one majestic 
school completely equipped with tardy bill. 

I, Letitia House, will the music building to Cllerm Lightsey 
who stays there all the time anyway. 

I, Alice Jones, leave my bubbling personality to Fat Plowers. 

I, Gillie Mart : n, leave my friendliness In Betty Dry. 

I. Kitty Melchcr, leave my spot in the closet to anyone else 
who wants to skip concerts. 

I, Nancy Murray, will my golden voice to Haffye Sewell. 

I, Ann McCuIloch, leave my even temper to Doris Ann Line- 
burger who doesn't even know how to get angry. 

I, Ann Nelson, leave with a "Sonny" disposition. 

I, Ann Patterson, turn over this outstanding, talented, beauti- 
ful, co-operative, educated Sen 'or class to the world. 

I, Jeanie Patterson, leave my love for Davidson to Jane Blythe. 

I, Mary Jo Paul, will my dog-eared textbooks to Paula 
Whitaker. 

I, Ann Penton, leave my great numbers of true friends to 
Frances Satterlee. 

I, Bootie Penton, leave my flirtatious eyes to Sydna Kustiu 
who really doesn't need them. 

I, Lois Perry, leave my unmistakable drawl to my sister, 
Frances who already has one as thick as cream. 

I, Anna Redding, leave my Vogue styles to Nancy Boston 
who can carry on their tradition. 

I, Shep Rustin, leave my 22 cashmere sweaters to Lucy Hcilig 
who already has quite a collection. 

I, Sue Ann Sadler, leave my riotous laughter to Miss Bason 
who may be able to control it a little better than I did. 

I, Helen Sanders, leave my half-finished crossword puzzles 
scattered in all the classrooms. 

I, Ann Stewart, leave the presidency to the Sewanee Fan 
Club to Bebe Correll. 

I, Mai Stewart, will mv worn-out library chair to Donna Jean 
Bull. 

I, Barbara Taylor, will the dimple in my chin to Harriet Harris 
who lias a pair in her cheeks to go with it. 

I, Mary DuBose Watson, leave for the Far East. 

I, Janyee Winders, will my length to Itsy Masterton. 

I. Helen Setzer, leave to search for a world composed of the 
theatre, ballet, and poetry. 

I, Buncy Robinson, will my perpetual stream of conversation 
to Anne Ayres who could, as I did, hold up without anyone's 
help. 

We, the testators, Set/.er and Robinson, representing the 
senior class, to appoint those signified to carry out their duties. 
and do sign this testament this second day of .Tune, 1952, as 
our last official duty. . . . 



24 



Senior 



s 








FLORENCE VIRGINIA ALLEN 

Warrenton, N. C. 

"Bridge-shark, V.P.I., Warrenton, hospitality 

Belles Staff '51-'.5'2; Altar Guild \51-'52; 
Y.W.C.A. '51-'52; Christmas Pageant '31; 
Mu. 



ANNE CAHY 



BENTON 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Jaybird, wit 



Carrot-toy, 

Y.W.C.A. '50-'52; Vice-Counsellor '51-' 
Vice-Pres. Senior Class '51-'52; Choir '00-'. 
Christmas Pageant '51-'52; Sigma. 



MARY PATRICIA BOESSAR 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"A n dp," Our beauty, Everybodys gal 

Sigma Cheerleader '+9-'51 ; Choir '49-'52; 
Glee Club '49-'.51; Dance Marshal '49-'5I, 
Chief Dance Marshal '51-'52; Canterbury 
Club '4.9-'52; Dramatics Club '49-'52; Hail 
Council '51-'S2j Hall Counselor '51-'52; 
Senior Life Saving '52; Christmas Pageant 
'51 j May Court '51; Circle '51-'52, President 
of Sigmas '51-'52; May Queen '52; Sigma. 



JULIA CLAIRE BOONE 

Arlington, Va. 

Neatness, Feminine. Dates Galore 

Glee Club '50-'51; Choir '50-'52j Cheerleader 
'50-'51, Chief Cheerleader '51-'52; Dramatic 
Club '50-'52; Y.W.C.A. '50-'52; Altar Guild 
'50-'52j Sigma Pi Alpha '51-'52; Stage 
Coach Staff '50-\52; Belles Staff '50-'52; 
Hall Representative '51-'52; "Seventeen" 
'51-'52j Christmas Pageant '51 ; Belles Head- 
lines '51-'52; Sigma. 



MARTHA BRIDGER 



Phone calls, 

Hall Council '51- 
Christmas Pageant 
Art Certificate '51- 





Bladenboro, 


N. C 




Bast, swet 


I 


52; 


Y.W.C.A. 


'50-'52 


'51 


; Glee Club 


'5()-'52 


52; 


Sigma. 





PEARI.E LONG BUCHANAN 

Hendersonville, N. C. 



"Beeps,' 



agile elephant, "the best" 



Dramatics' Club '48-'52; As )'»« Like It 
'48-'49; A Midsummer Night's Dream 
'49-'50j Letter Club '50-'51 ;' Softball All 
Star '50-'51; Y.W.C.A. '48-'52; Belles News 
Staff '51-'52; Nominating Committee '51-'52; 
Treasurer of Senior Class '51-'52; Sigma 
Pi Alpha '51-'52; Christmas Pageant '51; 
Mu. 



25 



Seniors 




ANN LANE BUCKLY 

Tryon, N. C. 

Dancer, Bubbling, Versatile 

Hall Counselor '51-'52; Orchesis '49-\52, 
Pres.; Letter Club Pres. '50-'52j Canterbury 
Club '49-'50; Glee Club '4,9-'51; Cboir '50-'51; 
Swimming Club '4-9-'52, Pres. '60-'51 ; Acolyte 
'51-52; Nominating Committee '51-'52j 
Swimming \51-'52; Swimming Instructor 
\51-'52; All Star Swimming '4-9-'51 ; All Star 
Orchesis '50-'51; Swimming Award '51-'52; 
Hall Representative '50-51; Christmas Pag- 
eant '51; Sigma. 



AUDREY MARIE CAMPBELL 

Raleigh, N. C. 

K.A.'s, Old South Ball, Pony Tail. Radiant 
Smile 

Altar Guild '51-'52; Stage Coach Adver- 
tising Staff \50-'.52; Day Student Dance 
Marshal — Executive Committee '51-'52; Mil. 



MARGARET E. DAVIS CHEATHAM 

Henderson. X. C. 



trouble, Winning ways, Southern 



Double 

Belle 

Canterbury Club '49-'52; Granddaughter's 
Club '49-'52; Dance Marshal 'S0-'52; All 
Star Bowling '50-'51; Orchesis '50-"52; 
Staoe Coach Staff '50-'52; Belles Staff 
'50-'51j Altar Guild '.50-'.52; Marshal '51-'52; 
Hall Council \51-\52; Junior-Senior \5U-'51 ; 
May Court '52; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH COALE CLARKE 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Jimmy, Piggy bank, conscientiousness 

Canterbury Club \50-'.52; Hall Counselor 
'5I-'52; Dramatic Club '50-'52; Belles Staff 
'51-\52; Glee Club '51-\52; Petition Chair- 
man Legislative Body \51-\52; Altar Guild 
'51-'52; Sigma. 



PEGGY ANN COSTNER 

Lexington, N. C. 

Rockie, Cute, Petite 

Y.W.C.A. '50-'51; Dramatic Club Vice-Pres. 
'51-'52; Altar Guild '50-'52;.Orchesis \51-\52; 
Vice-Counselor '51-'52; Christmas Pageant 
'51; Mu. 



NELL BOONE CROFTON 

I.uinberton, N. C. 
Je - ry, "pup," preciou.* 

Y.W.C.A. 49-'52; Bellas and Stage Coach 
'51-'52; Marshal '51-'52; Orchesis '51-\52: 
May Day Pageant '+9-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha 
'51 '52; Mu. 



26 



Seniors 




EDITH G. YARBOHOUGH CROSS 

Gatesville, N. C. 

Blue eyes, kitty kats, 'sincerity 

Canterbury Club \50-\52; Sigma Pi Alpha 
'51-\52; Dramatic Club 'S0-'52; Altar Guild 
'5l-\52; Hall Vice-Counselor '51-'52; Mer- 
chant of Venice '51; Belles Staff '50-'52; Mil. 



NANCY BRAGG DAWSON 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

School spirit, individuality, popping person- 
ality 
Vice-Pres. Jr. Class '50-51; the Merchant 
of Venice '51; All Star Cheerleader '50-'51; 
All Star Volleyball '50-51; Life Saving 
'50-\52; All Star Softball '50-'51; All Star 
Swimming \50-\51; Circle '50-'51; Canterbury 
Club '50-'52; Dramatic Club '50-'52; Choir 
'51-'52; Vice-Pres. Student Gov. '51-'52; 
Honor Council '51-\52; Legislative Body 
'50-'52, Vice-Counselor '51-52; Christmas 
Pageant '51; Letter Club '50-'52; Orchesis 
'51-'52; Sigma. 



SANDRA LOUISE DONALDSON 

Wilson, N. C. 

Natural, "Our Dandy Sandy/' true Mu 

Canterbury Club '50-'52; Mu Cheerleader 
'50-'51; Honor Council Member \50-'51; 
Tennis Champion \50-'51; Christmas Pageant 
'51; Head Mu Cheerleader \51-\52; Hall 
Counselor '.51-'52; Belles Circulation Staff 
'51-\52; Acolyte \51-'52; Vice-Pres. of Mu's 
'51 -'52; Mu. 



MARY MINERVA DORSETT 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Beta Pin, sophistication, Yankee Doodle 

Christmas Pageant '51; Mu. 



MARY ANN EADDY 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Christmas Dance, efficiency, alert 

Sigma Pi Alpha '50-'51, Secretary-Treasurer 
'51-'52; Dramatics Club '50-'52; Secretary 
Legislative Body '51-52; President of Day 
Students '51-'52; Circle '51-\52; Christmas 
Pageant '51; Sigma. 



CORNELIA WILLIAMS EDWARDS 

Snow Hill, N. C. 

"Connie," southern drawl, luscious lass 

Granddaughter's Club '+9-'52; Orchesis '50- 
'52; Dramatic Club '50-'52; Glee Club '51-'52; 
Hall Vice-Counselor '51-'52; May Day 
Pegeant '49-'51; Mu. 



27 



Seniors 









FRANCES MARION FAISON 

Greensboro, X. C. 

Laugh, Ditkc football, pretty 

Mu Cheerleader \50-\51 ; Sigma Pi Alpha 
>50-'51; Stage Coach Staff \50-\52; Y.W.C.A. 
'S0-'S2j President, Sigma Pi Alpha '51-'52; 
Belles Circulation Staff \51-'52; Altar Girkl 
'51-'62: Orchesis \51-'52; Mu. 



HENRI ANN* FITZGERALD 

Princeton, 



N. C. 



■Fit: 



in I eg rit/i. u //decided 



Hall Counselor \51-\52; Glee Club \51-\52; 
Honor Council '51-'52; Altar Guild, Presi- 
dent - 51-'.52; Sigma Pi Al))ha \51-'52; Senior 
Class Secretary '51-'52; Dramatic Club 
'50-'51; Y.W.C.A. '48-M2; Belles Circulation 
'51-'52; Stack Coach \51-\52; Christinas 
Pageant '81 ; May Day" Pageant '48-'49; 
All Star Bowling '49-\51; Mu. 



JESSAMINE GAXT 

Burlington. X. C. 

Unpredictable, ''Jess," Chapel Hill 

Canterbury Club \50-\51; Sigma Pi Alpha 
'SO-'ol; Christmas Pageant "SI; Mu. 



SARAH LATHAM HACKNEY 

Wilson, N. C. 

Beautiful Wilson, "lie//, gall" vivacious 

Y.W.C.A. '50-'51; Dramatics Club '50-'51 ; 
Merchant of Venice '50; Dance Marshal 
\51-'52; Altar Guild •Sl-'52; Circle '51-'52; 
Secretary of Circle \51-\52; Softball All 
Star \50-\52; Hall Council '51-\52; Stack 
Coach Staff \50-\52; Crucifer \51-'52; Christ- 
mas Pageant '51 ; Mu. 



AGXES AXX I-IARLESS 

Edenton, X. C. 

Smile, ravish'////) red head, Virginia Beach 

Orchesis \51-\52; Altar Guild \50-'52; Dance 
Marshal \51-'52; Marshal '51-'.52; Hall Vice- 
Counselor '51-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha \51-'52; 
Belles Feature Staff '51-'52,- Y.W.C.A-. '50- 
'52; Sigma. 



JANET HARRIS 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Quiet, likable, unique walk 

Altar Guild *51-'52; Stack Coach Adver- 
tising Staff \51-'.52; Mu. 



28 



Seniors 





■■-. 



'h*!^ 







LAURA MADl'HA HAYS 

Durham, N. C. 

Dignity, slim and trim, brown eyes 

Y.W.C.A. '49-'52; Belles Staff '51-'52; Stage 
Coach Staff \51-'.32; Chief Marshal 'ai-'52; 
Granddaughter's Club '49-'52; Orchesis 
'S0-'52j Hall Counselor '51-'52; May Day 
Pageant '50-'52; Sigma Nu Alpha 'S0-'52; 
Sigma. 



I.AUKA MacDONALD HOLOMAN 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Brainy, gad-about, Florida 

Stage Coach Staff '50-'52; Hall Counselor 
'51-'52; Mu. 



MARY ALICE HICKS 



iison, X. C. 
Popularity 



.III around girl, Madame I' 

plus 

Glee Club '4H-'49; Dramatic Club '4H-'49; 
Granddaughter's '4H-'52; Doctors' Daughters' 
Club '49-\52, President '50-'Sl ; Beacon '48- 
'.3(1, President '49-'51 ; Sigma Pi Alpha 
'50-'52; Choir '50-'S2; Circle \51-'52; 
Y.W.C.A. '48-'B2; Council '49-'51; Belles 
Circulation '50-'52, Manager '51-'S2; Stage 
Coach '50-'S2; Pres. .Ir. Class 'S0-'51; Honor 
Council '51-'52; Sigmas '50-'51; Legislative 
Body '50-'52, Secretary '50-'Sl; Hall \'i<r- 
Counselor 'Sl-'52; Athletic Council \50-'52; 
Orchesis '51-'52; Volleyball All-Star '50-'51; 
President of Student Government Associa- 
tion '51-'52; Sigma. 

may Mclaughlin x. holtox 

Wilmington, 'N. C. 
Secrets, milk diet, vivacious 
Canterbury Club '50-'52; Dramatics Club 
'S0-'S1; Altar Guild '51-'52; Stace Coach 
'51-'52; Hall Council '51-'S2j Sigma. 



RUTH HATCH HIXES 

Greenwood, S. C. 
Ooldie locks. South Carolina, sweet 
Glee Club '50-51; Dance Marshal \50-'51; 
Granddaughter's Club '50-'52; Y.W.C.A. 
'50-'52; Marshal '51-'52; Stage Coach '51- 
'52; Orchesis '51-'52; May Court '52; Sigma. 



LETITIA axx house 

Beaufort, X. C. 

Songbird, thoughtfulness, tip-toe 

Choir '50-'52; President of Choir \51-'52; 
Glee Club '50-'52; Vice-President of Glee 
Club '51-'52; Altar Guild '50-'52; Canter- 
bury Club '51-'52; Christmas Pageant '51; 
Certificate in Voice '51-'52; Sigma. 



29 



Seniors 





ALICE VENABLE 



Tf 



JONES 

Warren ton, 



GILLIE BRAUGHN 



N. C. 



happy, twinkle toes and eyes 

Orchesis '48-'52, Sec.-Trcas., '51-'S2; Altar 
Guild \51-\52; Letter Club '50-'52; Sigma 
Pi Alpha '50-'52, Vice-Pres., \51-\52; Swim- 
ming Club '48-'51; Belles Staff \50-\52; 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'51: Granddaughter's Club 
'48-'51; Acolyte '50-'51 ; Life Saving '50-'52; 
May Day Pageant '48-'52; Mu. 



MARTIN 

Richmond, 



Va. 



''Old Vvrginy" considerate, unpredictable 

Hall Representative '50-61; Vice-Counselor 
'51-'52; Belles Circulation Staff ' 51-'52; 
Dance Marshal '51-52; Honor Council 
'51-'52; Sec. Student Government '51-'52; 
Canterbury Club '51-'52; Sigma. 



RUTH ANN McCUIJ.OCH 

Bluefield, West Va. 

cool, calm, collected 

Hall Counselor "51-'.52; Y.W.C.A. \50-'52; 
Glee Club \50-\51; Belles Staff '50-52; Dance 
Marshal \50-\52; Stage Coach Staff \50-\52; 
Choir '51-'52; Hall Representative '50-'ol; 
Mu. 



KATHERINE CURRY MELCHER 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Brazil "uiit," first Holt Mama, knitting 

Choir '50-'51; Canterbury Club '50-'52; Hall 
Counselor , 51- , 52; Sigma 



NANCY ANNE MURRAY 

Raleigh, N. C. 

voice, eyes, tcyurn gal 

Glee Club '51-'52; Dramatics Club '51-'52; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '51-'52; "Seventeen" l 51-'52; 
Stage Coach Staff '51- '52; Christmas Pag- 
eant '51; Mu. 



ANN PURRINGTON NELSON 

Lenoir. N. C. 

wedding bells, clothes, "boodiddi!' 

Y.W.C.A. "48-'52; Glee Club '48-49; Stage 
Coach '50-'52; Belles '50-'52; Orchesis '51- 
'52; Sigma Pi Alpha "51-'52: Sigma. 



30 



Seniors 








ANN PATTERSON 

Edenton, N. C. 

dependability, leadership, soft voice 

Canterbury Club '48-'S2; Altar Guild '50-'52; 
Orchesis 'B0-B2; Stack Coach Staff '50-'52; 
Belles Staff '50-'52; Sec. of Junior Class 
'50-'51; Circle \51-'52; Chairman of Legis- 
lative Body '51-'52; Hall Counselor '51-'52; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '51-52; Christmas Pageant 
'51 1 Pres. of Senior Class '51-'52j Sigma. 



JEAN ANN PATTERSON 

Concord, N. C. 

Sigma Chi, friendly, Camay complexion 

Y.W.C.A. '50-'51, Pres. '51-'52j Doctors' 
Daughters' Club '60-'52, Pres. '51-'52; Hall 
Counselor '51-'52; Assistant Secretary of 
Hall Council \51-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha' '51- 
'52; Nominating Committee '50-'51; Christ- 
mas Pageant '51; Sigma. 



MARY JO PAUL 

Washington, N. C. 

tirade "A" "Belles," hidustriousness 

Belles Staff '50-'51, Editor \51-'52; Stack 
Coach Advertising Staff '5<>-'51; Dramatic 
Club '50-'51; Circle \51-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha 
\50-'51; Publicity Chairman '51-'52; Altar 
Guild '50-'51; Canterbury Club '50-'51, Pres. 
'51-'52; Honor Roll '0O-'51j Christmas Pag- 
eant '51; Mu. 



ANN ELIZABETH PENTON 

Wilmington, N. C 

dependability, coy, Richmond vs. Wilmington 
Canterbury Club '50-52; Glee Club '50-'52; 
Treasurer of Junior Class '5(l-'51 ; Dramatic 
Club '50-'51; Orchesis '51-'52; Stack Coach 
Staff '51-'52; Hall Representative '51-'52; 
Christmas Pageant '51 ; Sigma. 



MARJORIE WILLARD PENTON 

Wilmington, N. C. 

"On tin go," "Bulletin" rolling eyes 

Bulletin '48-'52, Editor '51-'52; Glee Club 
'■!H-\52; Choir '«-'52; Granddaughter's Club 
'48-'62; Beacon '48-'50; Sigma Pi Alpha 
\50-'52; Canterbury Club 'lH-',52; Student 
Vestry '50-'51; Sigma. 



LOIS SPRUII.L PERRY 



Adorable, "Chas 



Windsor, 
rch holder 



Dramatics Club '50-51; Canterbury Club 
'5()-'52; Circle \50-'52, Pres. '51-'52; Chair- 
man of Hall Council '51-'52; Christmas 
Pageant '51; Legislative Body '51-'52; 
Orchesis '51-'52; Junior Class Adviser 
'51-'52; May Court '52; Mu. 



31 



Seniors 




■---. 







ANNA INGRAM REDDING 

Plandome, L. 



I., N. Y. 



style 'n looks, converted yankee, a true t/eni 

Editor-in-Chief of Stage Coach '51-'52; 
Marshal '51-'52; Belles Staff '50-'51; Dra- 
matic Club '48-'52; Church Street '4.9; As 
You Like It '4-8; Sigma Pi Alpha \51-\52; 
Glee Club '49-'50; May Day Pageant '49-'S2; 
Sophomore Superlative '49; May Day Court 
Nominating Committee '50-'51 ; Orchesis 
'50-'52; Chairman of Decorations Senior 
Dance '51; Y.W.C.A. '+8-'52; May Court 
'52; Mil. 



SARA ERNESTINE ROBINSON 

Concord, N. C. 

"Jluneif." capability, "cut up" 

Stage Coach Staff \50-\51, Art Editor '51- 
'52; Y.W.C.A. '51-'52; Dance Marshal 
'50-'51; Vice-Councelor '51-'52; Bulletin Art 
Staff; Cheerleader '51-'52; Sigma 



SHEPHERD AMELIA RUSTIN 

Gastonia, N. 



C. 



Cashmere sweaters, Hair-do, Originality 

Belles Staff '51-.52; Stack Coach Staff 
"50-\52; Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Stage 
Coach; Orchesis '50-'52; Altar Guild "50-'52; 
Christmas Pageant '52; Dramatic Club 
'50-'51; Y.W.C.A. '48-'52; May Day Pag- 
eant *50-"52; Sigma. 



SUE ANTOINETTE SADLER 

Tarboro, N. 



C. 



Middy blouse, sensible, friends galore 

Belles Staff '50-'52; Stage Coach Staff 
'50-'52; Y.W.C.A. '50-'52; Swimming Club 
'50-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha '51-'52; Hall Repre- 
sentative '50-'51; Nominating Committee 
'51-'52; Senior Life Saving '51-'52; Hall 
Vice-Counselor \51-'52; Secretary of Llall 
Council '51-'52; Mu. 



HELEN BOY KIN SANDERS 

Charlotte, N, C. 

"Zeus.'' wit, laugh 

Canterbury Club \50-\52; Altar Guild '50-'51; 
Senior Life Saving '50-51; Letter Club 
"50-'52; Vice-Pres. Granddaughter's Club 
'51-'52; Belles Staff '50-'52; Mu. 



HELEN ESTHER SETZER 

Hickory. N. C. 

"Assembly dismissed/' dramatics, active 

Assembly Chairman "51-'5'2: Dramatics Club 
"50-"52, Pres. '51-"52; Merchant <if I' en ice 
"50-'5'2; "Seventeen" "51-'52; Christmas Pag- 
eant '51 ; Certificate Speech and Theatre 
Arts '51-'52; Orchesis \51-"52; Hall Counse- 
lor '51-'52; Bulletin '51-"52; Nominating 
Committee '50-'51; Sigma. 



32 



Seniors 








•-- 



ANNE MARSHALL STEWART 

New York, N. V. 



Sent 



Yankee twang, tikahle 



Canterbury Club '49-52, Vice-Pres. '51-'52; 
Altar Guiid '50-'52; Student Vestry "SO-'Sl ; 
Server '51-52; Choir Mother '51-'52; Glee 
Club \51-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha '51-'52; Hall 
Counselor '51-'52; dominating Committee 
••51 -'52; Mu. 



MARGARET .MAI. VINA STEWART 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Smart, Birmingham h<>i>, opera fan 

Dramatics Club '50-'52; ./ Merchant of 
Venice; Sigma Pi Alpha '50-'52; Belles Staff 
".51-52; Altar Guild '50-'52, Vice-Pres. 
'51-'52; Canterbury Club '50-'52, Secretary 
'51-'52; Sigma. 



BARBARA GEBE11T TAYLOR 



Tnquisitii 
Cilee Club \50-'.5: 



•lin 



Gulfport, Miss. 
.lei haw 



Canterbury Club '50-'52; 
Granddaughter's Club '50-'52; Christmas 
Pageant '51; Mu. 



MARY DuBOSE WATSON 



Itn 



N. C. 



Capable, photograph)/, fine 

Stage Coach Advertising Staff '50-'52, 
Business Manager '51-'52; Sigma Pi Alpha 
'51-'S2; Mu. 



JANYCE WILKINSON WINDERS 

Kenly, N. C. 
Petite, sweet, neat 

Glee Club \50-\52; Or diesis '51-'52; Belles 
Staff '50-'5.1, Assistant Editor '5I-'52; 
Y.W.C.A. '.51-'.52; Granddaughter's Club 
'50-'52, Pres. \51-\52; Sigma Pi Alpha \51-\52; 
Vice-Counselor '51-'52; Christmas Pageant 
'51-'52; Mu. 



33 




Junior Class 



OFFICERS 

Nell Eley 
President 

Susie Nicoll 
Vice-President 

Laura Deaxe Matiiksox 

Secretary 

VIRGINIA TlMBERLAKE 

Treasurer 



First rote, left to right: ADAMS, Emilie Norwood, Aiioskie, N. C; ALLEN". Dorothy Rice. Winston-Salem, N. C; 
ALLEN, Elizabeth Lorraine, Rocky Mount, N. C; AYRES, Ann Bird. Accomac, Va.; BAILEY, Anne Marie. Rocky 
Mount, N. C. 

Second row: BOOTH, Nancy Vandiver. Charlotte, N. C; BOSTON, Nancy Martin. Richmond. Va. : BRAND. 
Louise Vance, Urbana, Ohio; "BROOKS, Rachel Newell, Roxboro, N. C; BROWN. Barbara Llewellyn, Raleigh. 

N. C. 




34 



Juniors 




First row, left to right: BULL, Donna Jeanne, Greenville, S. 'C; BYRUM. Betty Ruth, Edenton, N. C. ; CARL- 
TON, Anne Rawlings. North Wilkesboro, N. C.j CARTER, Barbara Virginia, Atlanta, Ga. ; CHAMBLEE, Susan 
Kirklandj Richmond, Va. 

Second row: CLEMET, Mary Shaw, Richmond, Va. ; COOK, Katherine Williams, Salisbury, N. C; COPE, Martha 
Ann, Raleigh, N. C: CORRELL, Blanche Bonner, Laurinburg, N. C; COSLOW, Jerry Scott, Louisville, Kv. 



First row, left to right: CROOM, Anne Baker, Raleigh, N. C; CRYMES, Caroline McGee, Greenville, S. C; 
CURRIN, Mary Virginia, Meredithville, Va.; DANIELS, Patricia Bagley, Raleigh, N. C; DAVENPORT, Mary 
Anderson, Timmonsville, S. C. 

Second row: EADDY, Jo Frances, Raleigh, N. C.j ELEY, Nell Deans, Ahoskie, N. C; FAIR, Sarah Clieves, 
Greenville, S. C. ; FLOWERS, Patricia Anne, Atlanta. Ga.; GILLETT, Elizabeth Creech, Enfield. N. C. 




35 



Juniors 




First row, left to right: GORDON, Rebecca Ann. South Hill. Va.; HAMER. Sylvia Anne, Lenoir, N. C; HAMP- 
TON, Ermine Baldwin. Raleigh, N. C. ; HARRIS. Harriet Hortense. Franklinton, N. C. 

Second row: HAWKINS, Nancy Teagarden, Alexandria, Va.; HAZARD. Thelma Lois, Haw River, N. C; HIRST. 
Jane Bruce, Pureellville, Va.; HURT. Rebecca Wilson. Greensboro. N. C; JAMES. Lucy Genevieve, Raleigh, N. C. 



First rote, left to right: KEANE, Constance Ferrel, Charlottesville. Va.; KELLY, Frances-Wright. Culpepper, Va.; 
LANCASTER, Eleanor Elizabeth, Raleigh, N. C; LANDIS, Carolyn Loving. Charlotte. N. C; LINEBERGER, 
Doris Ann, Lincolnton, N. C. 

Second row: LOVE, Elizabeth Jean, Greensboro, N. C; LYNN, Elizabeth. Raleigh. N. C; MATHESON. Laura 
Deane, Ahoskie, N. C; MEBANE, Isabella. Huntsville. Ala.; MILLER. I'atricia Ann. Durham. N. C. 



cx^qs 






36 



Juniors 




First row, left to right: MITCIIINER. Margaret Davis, Raleigh, X. C; MOORE. Georgia Hickruott, Alexandria. 
Va.; MORGAN. Mona Jane, Durham. NT. C.j McCOLMAN, Sara Ann. Gibson, N. C; McCOEMICK, Leonora. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Second row: McIVER, Nancy Rawlings, New Orleans, La. ; McNEILL, Frances McCol'l, Laurinburg, N. C. ; NEAL, 
Adeline Bacon. Marion. N. C; NICOLL. Charlotte Marion. Charlotte, N. C; OVERBECK, Gene Harriet, Fayette- 
ville, N. C. 

First row, left to right: OVERTON, Lucilc Christine, Newport News, Va.; PARKER. Mary Rawls. Burlington, 
N. C; PENN, Anne Elizabeth, Danville. Va.; PENNINGTON, Mary Elizabeth, Brodnax, Va.; PEOPLES, 
Siewers Anne, Pittsboro, N. C. 

Second rote: PERKINS, Virginia King, Greenville, N. C; PERRY. Frances Cooper, Raleigh, N. C.j PICKETT, 
Frances Jane, High Point. N. C. ; POWELL. Dorothy Norfleet, Raleigh, N. C.J SATTERLEE, Frances Sparkman, 
Spartanburg, S. C. 




37 



Junior 




First row, left to right: SEWELL, Haffye Elaine, Erwin, \. C.j SMITH. Katherine Boyer, Biltmore, N. C; 
SMITH, Paula Mortimer, Pensacola, Fla.; SPARGER, Helen Joyce, Raleigh, N. C; STEED, Edna Jacquelyn, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: THOMAS. Marguerite Iris, Raeford, N. C; TIMBERLAKE. Mary Virginia. Roxboro, N. C.j 
URQUHART, Emily Mizell, Woodville, N. C; WARD. Cynthia Wood, Elizabeth ' City, N". C.J WHITAKER, 
Paula Frederick. Kinston, N. C. 



Left in right: WHITFORD. Katherine Kinsey, New Bern, X. C. ; W 
WILLIAMS, Margaret O'Donnell, Raleigh, N. C; WOODWARD, Si 



MS. Margaret Davis. Edenton, N. C 

rumniond. Hampton. \'a. 











38 



Business Students 




OFFICERS 



Peggy Leahy 
I ice-President 

Virginia Mowrey 
Treasurer 



39 



Business Students 






Q<i)Q4| 



First row, left to right: Arthur, Anna Ball, Raleigh, N. C. ; Chappell, Gertrude Ward, Raleigh, N. C; Couric. Rose 
Mary, Kinston, N. C. ; Dunn, Elizabeth Pannill. Alexandria, Va. ; Edwards, Delia Jeffress, Kinston, N. C; Fuller, 
Mary Evelyn, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: Gardiner, Carmen Loi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Gary. Elizabeth Earle. Kinston, N*. C; Glover. Jean 
Bowden, Bailey, N. C. ; Harris, Suzanne Logan, Norfolk, Va.; James, Barbara Ann. Raleigh, X. C; Johnston, Peggv 

Louise, Wilmington, N. C. 



First row, left to right: Jourdan, Margaret Anne, Siler City, N. C. ; Learv. Margaret Marriner. Moreliead City. 
N. C; Littleton, Mary Linwood, Wilmington, N. C; Maddux. Jane Lambdou. Marshall, Va. ; Marshall, Rebecca 
Ann, Gastonia, N. C; May, Louise Brown, Jacksonville, N. G; 

Second row: Mowery, Virginia Downs, Raleigh, N T . C.J McKim, Christine. Wilson. N. C. J Smith, Anne Badger. Ra- 
leigh, N. C. ; Snider, Betty Jo, High Point. N. C. ; Trant, Catherine Sue, Portsmouth. Va.; Trowbridge. Joanne. 
Plymouth, N. C. 




40 



Sophomore Class 




OFFICERS 

Leon Gold 

President 

Laura Erwin 
Vice-President 

TlMMIE TlMMONS 

Secretary 

Jeane Groves 
Treasurer 



First row, left to right: Anderson, Ann Scott, Wilson, N. C. ; Atkins, Frances Louise, Lillington, N. C. ; Baker, 
Martha Kay, Timmonsville. S. C; Blythe, Jane Chamblee, Charlotte, N. C; Bost, Alice Lyerly, Hickory, N. C; 
Bowcn, Ann Fain 5 Tryon, N. C. 

Second row: Brandsford, Anne Louise, Greensboro, N. C. ; Callaway, Sylvia. Pinehurst, N. C; Cart, Elizabeth 
Montgomery, Spartanburg, S. C. ; Cheek, Catheryn Eva, Smith field, N". ('.; Cobb, Sara Borden, Goldsboro, N T . C; 
Conger, Harriet Gillingham, Edenton, N. C. 



%jh^% 



^J 

M 





41 



Sophomores 





First row, left to right: Cooper. Ferebee Fenner, Richmond, Va.; Cullen, Mary Elizabeth, Painter. Va.; Dashiell. 
Diane, Pensacola, Fla. ; Duncan, Carolyn Elizabeth, Winchester, \ r a.; Epting, Shirley, Charlotte. N. C.J Ervin 
Laura Powe, Morganton, N. C. 

Second row: Freund, Ebba Susanne, Raleigh, N. C. ; Garris, Mary Linda. Margaretsville, N. C; Glenn. Nancy Bar- 
clay, Manhasset. N. Y.; Gold, Leon Brandt, Hickory, N. C.j Grizzard, Mary Gwendolyn, Branclivillc, Va. ; Hansen. 
Betty Jo, Raleigh, N. C. 



First row, left to right: Herring, Hazel Chamblee, Raleigh, N. C; Hester, Margo Erwin, Tryon. N. C; Jones. 
Elizabeth Davis, Pensacola, Fla.; Keller, Freda Louise, Charlotte, N. C.J La Far, Mary Lee Nelson, Gastonia. N. C. ; 
Lee, Isabel Custis, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Second row: Lightsey, Ellen Glenn, Columbia, S. C; Masterton, Isabel Van Rensselaer, Hillsboro, N. C; Mielial. 
Mary Lenoir, Boone, N. C. ; Morrison, Catherine Hollister, Gastonia, N. C. ; McCabe. Anne Moss. Greensboro. N. C. ; 
McCotter, Emma Stephenson, New Bern, N. C. 




42 



Sophomores 




First row, left to right: Nichols. {Catherine Anne, Durham, N. C. ; Patman, Elizabeth Ann. Siler City, N. C. ; Pear- 
son, Jnlia Anne, Gastonia, N. C. ; Perry, Frances Cooper, Windsor, X. C. ; Proctor, Elizabeth Gray, Marion. X. C. 

Second row: Reineeke, Jane Sutherland; Fayetteville, X. C; Rutter. Beverly Grace, Ormond Beach, Fla.; Seaman. 
Barbara Watson, Warrcnton. X. C; Smith, Pearl Weathers. Shelby. X. C; Stevens, Ann Everette, Rocky Mount. 
X. C. ; Summcrville, Susan Horton, Charlotte, X. C. 



Left to right : Swinson, Mary Jane, Lakeland. Fla.; Thayer, Myra Lynette, Louiaburg, X T . C. ; Timmons, Marie 
Hollingsworth, Columbia, S. C; Tribble, Barbara Ann, Wake Forest. X. C. ; Trinkle, Sue Cosby, Richmond. Va.; 
Wooten. Louis Trotter, Goldsboro, N. C. 




43 




Freshman 
Class 



OFFICERS 
Ann Robinson 

President 

Betsy Wkbb 
Vice-President 

Sally Patterson 

Secretary 

Sally Hodges 
Treasurer 



First rote, left to right: Albury. Cecilia Bernadette, Nassau, Bahamas; Barliam. Harriet Ann. Ra- 
leigh, N. C; Bierer. Berkely Harrison, Lexington, Va.; Bowles, Nancy Christine. Raleigh, N. C; 
Bynum, Ann Applegate, Raleigh. X. C. ; Bynum, Mary Anne. Stantonsburg, N. C. 
Second rote: Cocke, Charlotte Garland, Stoney Creek, Va.; Cole, Carlene Page, Greenville. 
Daniels, Adelaide Worth, Raleigh, N. C. ; Dawson, Frances Lovelace, Stantonsburg, N. C. 
Elizabeth Hunter, Spruce Pine, N. C. ; Dry, Elizabeth Hunter, Concord, N. C. 

Third row: Edgerton, Mishew Ellen. Raleigh, N. C. ; Edwards, Jo Claire, Dade City. Fla.; Ervin. 
Dorothy Kimball, Morganton. N. C. ; Flythe. Margaret Virginia. Fieldale. Va.; Graham, Mary 
Alice. Raleigh, N. ('.; Gray, Hazel Wootton, Tampa, Fla. 



S. C.j 
Dent. 




44 



Freshmen 




First row, left to right: Gregorie, Edith Anderson, Bennettsville, S. C. ; Hargrave, Eva Hackney, 
Lexington. X. C. ; Heilig, Lucy Ragsdal'e, High Point, X. C. ; Hodges. Sara Jane. Aslieville. N. C; 
Jones, Nancy Springs, Arlington, Va. 

Second row: Mansfield-Jones, Margaret Pendelton, Chattanooga, Tenn. ; Martin. Bcttv Ruth, Ra- 
leigh, X. C; Meares. Patsy, Fair Bluff. N. C; Mortenson, Glenda, Little River. S. C.J Owens. 
Lillian Duval, Atlanta, Ga. ; Patterson, Sally Hackney, Charlotte, N. C. 

Third row: Pearson, Ann Hoke, Southern Pines, N. C. ; Plowden, Xorvelle Richardson, Summer- 
ton, S. C. ; Rateliffe, Helen Michelle, Charlotte, X. C. ; Robertson, Blanche Spenser, Siler City, 
N. C. ; Robinson, Ann Moore. Littleton, \. C. ; Rustin, Sydna Gray, Gastonia, X. C. 




Fourth row, left to right: Sickles, Elizabeth Barber, 
Charlotte, X. C. ; Smithdeal, Peggy Eaton, High Point, 
N. C; Stronaeh. Anne Cameron, Raleigh. N. C. 

Fifth row: Triplett. Lillian Weed. Lenoir, N. C. ; Tucker, 
Velva Hayden, High Point, X. C; Weaver. Hannah 
Erwin Baird, Raleigh. X. C. 

Si.rth row: Webb. Elizabeth, Ann. Aslieville, N. C. ; 
White, Irene, St. Augustine, Fla.J Whitfield, Katherine 
Rose, Kinston, X. C. 



45 



Special Students 



Edna Faye Brown 
Wendell, N. C. 



Janie Jolly Ragsdale 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Betsy Ross Baugh 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Catherine Clark Bikle 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Margaret Uzzel Bowen 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Sara Lutrelle Griffin 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Angela Griffin 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary Anne Jobe 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Alma Ann Penney 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Betsy Virginia Pureell 
Raleigh, N. C. 

George R. Ragsdale 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Lemuel M. Shirley 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sarah Elizabeth Stone 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Peggy Ann Sullivan 
Raleieh. N. C. 



Glenn Warren 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Helen Pearl Whitfield 
Raleigh. X. C. 



Susan Hayes 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Mary Elizabeth Workman 
Raleigh, X. C. 



46 




SNAPS 



48 







Belles 



Mary Jo Paul 
Editor 

Janvce Winders 
Asst. Editor 

Ann Patterson 
Feat. Editor 



Sue Ann Sadler 
News Editor 



Emily Adams, Virginia Allen, Anna Ball Arthur, Claire Boone, Nancy Booth, Nancy Bowles, "Beeps" Buchanan, 
Anne Carlton, Margaret Cheatham, Cathryn Cheek, Betsy Clarke, Harriet Conger, Bebe Correll, Rose Mary Courie, 
Nell Boone Crofton. Edith Cross, Mary Virginia Currin. Sandy Donaldson, Connie Edwards, Marion P'aison, Ann 
Fitzgerald, Peggy Flythe, Ebba Freund, Linda Garriss, Becky Gordon, Edith Gregorie, Ann Harless, Laura Hays, 
Hazel Herring, Margo Hester, Jane Hirst, Becky Hurt, Lou Keller, Ischel Lee, Glenn Lightsey, Lynn Littleton, 
Becky Marshall, Gillie Martin, Isabel Masterson. Laura Matheson, Isabella Mebane, Ann MeCullock, Chris McKim, 
Kitty Neal, Ann Nelson, Susie Nicoll. Ann Patterson, Ann Penn, Ann Penton, Gray Proctor, Jane Reinech, Shep- 
herd Rustin, Sue Ann Sadler, Helen Sanders, Peggy Smithdeal. Mai Stewart. Marie Timmons, Sue Tinkle, Lillian 
Triplett, Emily Urquhart, Cynthia Ward, Betsy Ann Webb, Paula Whitaker. 




ifij!\i\^l 



49 



The Stage Coach 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

Anna Redding 
Editor-in-Chief 

Shepherd Rustin 
Assistant Editor-in-Chief 

Buncy Robinson 

Art Editor 






Harriette Ann Barham, Claire Boone, Alice Bost. Margaret Cheatham, Nell Boone Crofton. Betty Dry, Betsy Dunn. 
Sarah Fair, Marion Faison, Ann Fitzgerald, Linda Garris, Laura Hays, Lane Harvey. Margo Hester. Aliee Hicks, 
Ruth Hines, May Holton, Carolyn Landis, Ann McCullough, Ann Nelson, Duvie Owens, Ann Patterson, Sally Pat- 
terson, Ann Penton, Joanne Trowbridge, Sydna Rustin, Sue Ann Sadler, Cynthia Ward, Sally Hackney, Syli Hamer. 




50 



of 195:2 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Mary Dubose Watson 




^* 



Nancy Booth, Louise Brand, Audrey Campbell, Gertrude Chappel, Martha Cope, Patsey Daniels. Eebeeca Gordon. 
Gwen Grizzard. Laura Holoman. Janet Harris. Elizabeth Huffman, Cris MeKim. Laura Matheson, Nancy Murray. 
Susie Nieoll, Timmv Timmons, Ann Hope Pierce. 








L 


». 








- J^^^^^^^^^ 



51 



Bulletin 




Majorie Penton 

Editor 



Emily Adams. Virginia Currin. Majorie Penton, Helen Setzer, Lillian Triplett. 




52 



®f)e ©rber of tfje Circle 



Lois Perry Sally Hackney 

President Secretary 

Ann Patterson 
Treasurer 



Aim Benton 

Pat Boesser 
Nancy Dawson 
Sandy Donaldson 
Mary Ann Eaddy 
Nell Eley 
Ann Fitzgerald 



Sally Hackney 

Alice Hicks 

Gillie Martin 

Ann Patterson 

Mary Jo Paul 

Lois Perry 

Mary Dubose Watson 



53 



Catherine Morrison, Pres. 



Alice Host, Sec.-Treaa 



Alice Bost 



Leon Gold 



Jean Groves 



Margo Hester 



Glenn Lightsey 




Mary Mi 



Catherine Morrison 



Anne Pearson 



Marie Timmons 



Barbara Tribble 



54 




Y. W. C. A. 



Jeannie Patterson 
President 

Catherine Morrison 
Vice-President 

Laura Dean Matheson 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Emily Adams, Virginia Allen, Frances Atkins, Ann Bailey, 
Kay Baker, Ann Benton, Claire Boone, Alice Bost, Ann 
Bowen, Martha Bridges, Rachael Brooks, Pearle Buchanan, 
Mary Ann Bynum, Betty Byrum, Sylvia Calloway, 
Katherine Cheek, Peggy Costner, Nell Boone Crofton. 
Mary Cullen, Rose Mary Currie, Frances Dawson, Betty 
Dry, Carolyn Duncan, Jo Claire Edwards, Nell Eley. 
Dottie Ervin, Laura Ervin, Marion Faison. Ann Fitzgerald, 
Peggy Flythe, Carmen Gardiner, Linda Garriss, Elizabeth 
Gillet, Leon Gold, Betsy Boss Gorham, Becky Gordon, 
Mary Gray, Hazel Grey, Jean Grizzard, Jean Groves, 
Eve Hargrave, Ann Harless, Laura Hays, Lucy Heileg. 
Alice Hicks, Ruth Hines, Sally Hodges, Becky Hurt, Alice 
Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Louise Keller, Mary Lee LaFar. 
Doris Lineberger, Laura Matheson, Joanne Moreland, 
Katherine Morrison, Glenda Mortins 
Ann MeCulloek. Chris McKh 



son, Ann McColmon, 

__, Ann Nelson, Ann Nichols, 

Gene Overbeek, Elizabeth Patinan, Jeanie Patterson, 



Smith, Peggy Smith deal, 
Betsv Ann Webb, Paula 



Bettv J" Si 
Whitaker, L 



vrciie wveroeeiv, ciizanein i arman, aeanie I atterson, 
Mary Elizabeth Penning, Anna Redding, Buncy Robinson. 
Blanny Robertson, Synda Rustin, Sue Ann Saddler, Pearl 

lider, Iris Thomas, Marie Timmons, Joanne Trowbridge, Cynthia Ward, Hannah Weaver, 

-ouise Wooten, Nancy Vaughn. 



Canterbury Club 



Elizabeth Allen. Ann Scott Anderson. Pat Boesser, Nancy 
Booth, Anne Carlton, Barbara Carter. Mary Clement. 
Carlene Page Cole. Harriet Conger, Blanche Correll, Rose 
Mary Courie. Edith Cross, Diane Dashiell. Elizabeth 
Dent, Betsy Dunn, Delia Edwards, Shirley Epting, Sars 
Fair, Betty Gary, Edith Gregorie, Nancy Hawkins, Margn 
Hester. Jane Hirst. Letitia House. Kibby Huffman, Re- 
becca Hurt, Nancy Jones. Anne Jourdan. Louise Keller. 
Frances-Wright Kelly. Carolyn Landis, Isabel Lee. Glenn 
Lightsey. Lynn Littleton, Elizabeth Love, Margaret Mans- 
field-Jones, Rebecca Marshall, Gillie Martin. Isabel 
Masterton, Patsy Meares, Mary Michal, Georgia Moore, 
Anne McCabe, Leonera MeCormick, Emma McCotter. 
Adeline Near, Susie Nieoll, Emily Patton. Mary Jo Paul. 
Anne Peoples, Frances Cooper Perry. Michelle Rateliffe. 
Beverly Rutter, Helen Sanders, Frances Satterlee, Haffye 
Sewell, Katherine Smith, Paula Smith. Ainu- Stewart. 
Margaret Malvina Stewart, Barbara Taylor, Mary Vir- 
ginia Timberlake, Sue Trant, Emily Urquhart, Nancy 
Vaughn. Barbara White, Irene White, Katherine Whitford, 
Peggy Williams. 




55 



mHI^^HBi^^^HHB 




Doctor's Daughters 
Club 



Pres., Jeannie Patterson; Vice-Pres.j Laura 
Matheson; Sec.-Treas., Mary Micha) ; Ann 
Bailey j Catherine Check, Sara Cobb, Deedec 
Davenport, Laura Ervin. Pat Flowers, Betsy 
Gorham, Gwen Grizzard, Suzanne Harris. 
Frances Kelly, Laura Matlicson. Marv 
Michal. Jeanie Patterson. Paula Whitaker. 



The Cranddciimhter's Club 



Pres., Jan Winders; Vice-Pres., Helen Sanders; Sec. Sue Trant; Treas., Margaret Creatham; Ann Hall Arthur 
Harriette Anne Barham, Louise Brand. Margaret Cheatham. Harriet Conger, Fereebce Cooper, Blanche Correll 
Elizabeth Dent. Mishew Ellen Edgerton, Cornelia Edwards, Delia Edwards. Elizabetli Gary, Lane Harvey 
Laura Hays, Lucy Heilig, Alice Hicks, Ruth Hines, Alice Jones, Nancy Jones, Lynn Littleton, Anne McCabe 
Ann McColman, Emma McCotter, Georgia Moore. Adeline Neal, Duval Owens, Ann H. Pearson, Mary Pen- 
nington, Majorie Penton, Anne Peoples, Helen Sanders. Frances Satterlee, Elizabeth Sickles. Anne Stronacl) 
Barbara Taylor, Sue Trant, Emily Urquhart, Barbara White, Elizabeth Williams. Janyce Winders. 





Choir 



Pres., Letitia House; Vice-Pres., Ann Benton; Sec, Beverly Butter; Ann Benton, Pat Boesser, Claire Boone. 
Nancy Boston, Bebee Correll, Deedee Davenport. Nancy Dawson, Pat Flowers, Harriet Harris, Nancy Haw- 
kins, Alice Hicks, Letitia House, Becky Hurt, Ferrell Keane, Betty Love, Isabel Mebane, Ann McCullock, Kitty 
Neal, Emily Patton, "Bootie" Penton. Virginia Perkins. Lois Perrv, Bev Rudder, Hatfye Sewell, Barbara 
White, Millie Ward. 



Altar Guild 



Pres., Ann Fitzgerald; Vice-Pres., Mai 
Stewart; See., Betsy Dunn; Betsy Allen, 
Dottie Allen, Virginia Allen. Ann Bailey, 
Kay Baker, Claire Boone, Nancy Booth, 
"Beeps" Buchanan. Betty Byrum. Audrey 
Campbell. Anne Carlton, Barbara Carter. 
Margaret Cheatham, Betsy Clarke. Harriet 
Conger, Ferebee Cooper. Blanche Correll, 
Peggy Costlier, Edith Cross, Betsy Dunn. 
Delia Edwards, Marion Fasion, Ann Fitz- 
gerald, Linda Garriss, Betty Gary, Sally 
Hackney, Ann Harless, Janet Harris, Margo 
Hester, Jane Hirst, May Holton, Letitia 
House, Libby Huffman, Becky Hurt. Alice 
Jones, Carolyn Landis, Glenn Lightsey, 
Elizabeth Love, Becky Marshall, Mary 
Miehal, Georgia Moore, Ann McCabe, Fran- 
ces McNiell, Susie Nieoll. Ann Patterson. 
Mary Jo Paul, Anne Pearson, Anne Penn, 
Beverly Rudder, Shepherd Rustin, Sue Ann 
Saddler. Barbara Seaman, Kathrinc Smith. 
Anne Stewart, Mai Stewart. Mary Jane 
Swinson, Sue Trant, Sue Trinkle, Emily 
Urquhart, Nancy Vaughn. Paula Whitaker, 
Kathrinc Whitt'ord. Peggy Williams, Sue 
Woodward. Louise Wooten. 




Dance Marshals 




Chief Dance Marshal: Pat Boesser; Senior; Sally Hackney, Ann Harless, Gillie Martin. Junior: 
ton, Deedee Davenport, Pat Flowers. Ferrell Keane. Underclassmen: Kay Baker, Eve Hargrave 
LaFar. Day Students : Audrey Campbell'. Business Students : Delia Edwards, Peggy Lou Johnson. 



Gillie Martin. Junior: Nancy Bos- 
Mar v Lee 



Glee Club 



Pres.j Harriet Harris ; Vice-Pres., Letitia House ; Frances Atkins, Louise Brand, Martha Bridges, Barbara 
Carter, Betsy Clarke, Deedee Davenport, Connie Edwards, Ann Fitzgerald, Pat Flowers, Harriet Harris. 
Nancy Hawkins, Letitia House, Ann Jourdan, Ferrell Keane, Margaret Mansfield-Jones, Isabella Master son, 
Isabella Mebane, Nancy Murray, Anne McCabe, Emma McCarter, Jean Overbeck, Lucile Overton, Emma Pat- 
ton, Ann Penton, "Bootie" Penton, Frances Satterlee, Haffye Sewell, Peggy Smithdeal, Joyce Sparger. Jackie 
Steed, Ann Stewart, Barbara Taylor, Myra Thayer, Iris Thomas, Joanne Trowbridge, Barbara White. Katherine 
YVhitf'ord, Jane Winders. 




Sigma Phi Alpha 




Pre.s., Marion Faison; J'ice-Pres., Alice Jones; Sec.-Treas., Mary Ann Eaddy; Claire Boone, "Beeps" Buchanan, 
Betsy Clarke, Kathrine Cook, Nell Boone Crofton, Ann Croom, Edith Cross, Virginia Currin, Mary Ann Eaddy, 
Nell Eley, Marion Faison, Ann Fitzgerald, Jess Gant, Shirley Hahel, Ann Harless, Laura Hays, Alice Hicks. 
Genevieve James, Alice Jones, Elizabeth Lynn, Nancy Murray, Ann Nelson, Susie Nicoll, Ann Patterson, 
Jeanie Patterson, Mary Jo Paul, "Bootie" Ponton, Frances Picket, Anna Redding', Sue Ann Saddler, Frances 
Sattcrlee, Mai Stewart, Mary Watson, Jan Winders. 



Pre*., Helen Setzer ; J'ice-Pres., Peggy Cost- 
ner; Sec., Dorothy Allen; Publicity Chair- 
man, Elizabeth Catlett; Director, Miss 
Florence Davis; Emilie Adams. Cecilia 
Albury. Dorothy Allen, Ann Ayrcs, Pat 
Boesser, Claire Boone, Nancy Bowles, Louise 
Brand, Pearle Buchanan, Elizabeth Catlett, 
Betsy Clarke, Mary Clement, Charlotte 
Cocke, Jerry Coslow, Peggy Costlier, Edith 
Cross, Mary Virginia Currin, Deedee Daven- 
port, Nancy Dawson, Elizabeth Dent, Bar- 
bara Dickson, Betty Dry, Carolyn Duncan, 
Mary Ann Eaddy, Jo Claire Edwards, Ann 
Fitzgerald, Ebba F'reund, Mary Evelyn 
Fuller, Carmen Garginer, Linda Garriss, 
Shirley Hahel. Sally Hackney, Lane Harvey, 
Lucy Heilig, Margo Hester, May Holton, 
Libby Huffman, Genevieve James, Elizabeth 
Jones, Nancy Jones, Glenn Lightsey, Liz 
Lynn, Jane Maddux, Margaret Mansfield- 
Jones, Betty Martin. Isabel Masterton, 
Louise May, Mary Michal, Nancy Murrv. 
Adeline Neal. Gene Overbeck, Lucile Over- 
ton, Dewey Owens, Ann Patterson, Jeanie 
Patterson. Mary Jo Paul, Ann Penn. Ann 
Penton. Frances Perkins. Frances Perry 
(Day Student). Lois Perry, Norvelle Plow- 
den, Anna Redding, Blanche Robertson, 
Ann Robinson, Synda Rustin, Helen Setzer. 
Betty Sickles. Paula Smith, Pearl Smith, 
Peggy Smithdeal, Betty Jo Snider, Margaret 
Stewart, Myra Thayer. Sue Trant. Lillian 
Triplett, Betsy Webb, Katherine Whitfield, 
Joyce Woodard. 



Dramatics Club 




SNAPS 




60 



Sigma 



Pat Boesser 

President 

Nell Eley 
Vice-President 




SIGMA CHEERLEADERS 

Harriette Anne Barliam, Claire Boone, Betty Dry, Eve Hargrave. Elizabeth Jones. Flicka Keane. Nancy Mclver, 
Buncy Robinson, 'Haffye Sewell, Nancy Vaughn. 





Mu 



DeeDee Davenport 
President 

Sandy Donaldson 
Vice-President 



MU CHEERLEADERS 

Dottie Allen, Nancy Bowles, Barbara Carter, Dianne Dashiell, Sandy Donaldson, Silt Hamer, Carolyn Landi: 
Rusty May, Frances Perry, Cynthia Ward. 





Letter Club 



Lank Btckly 
'President 

Pat Boesser 
Pearl Buchanan 
Lane Buckly 
Deedee Davenport 
Nancy Dawson 
Sally Hackney 
Alice Hicks 
Alice Jones 
Glenn Li^htsey 
Ann Patterson 
Helen Sanders 
Sue Woodward 



Hockey 




64 



Basketball 




Tennis 




Swimming 



Archery 




66 




Orchesis 



Softball 



President, Lane Buckly; Vice-President, Alice Jones; Bailey, Baker, Bowen, Buckly, Cheatham, Cook, Costlier, Courie, 
Crofton, Daniels, Dawson, Dent, Edwards, Faison, Harless, Hays, Hicks, Hines, Jones, Landis, Lynn, Nelson, 
Overbeck, Patterson, Penn, Penton, Perry, Redding, Rustin, Setzer, Trowbridge, Winders, Urquhart. 




67 




Orientation Week 



[Marshals 




Laura Hays 

Chief 



Margaret C'li 



Laura Hays 



Nell Boone Crofton 



Ruth Hines 



Ann Harless 



Anna Reddin 



70 



May Queen 




-r7 

/ r 
■ 



P<it Boesser 



71 



!\iay Court 





NANCY BOSTON, NANCY BOWLES, BARBARA CARTER, MARGARET CHEATHAM 






SIH HAMER, EVE HARGRAVE, RUTH HIXES 



72 



May Court 







LIBBY HUFFMAN, FLICKA KEANE, KATHERINE MORRISON, LOIS PERRY 




MYRA THAYER 

Maid of Honor 




ANNA REDDING 



73 




Outstanding 



ALICE HICKS 



NANCY DAWSON 




jirls 



ANN PATTERSON 




IHHHBHaHHBnBHi 




LOIS PERRY 



I'm.. 




Gutstandiiii 



MARY JO PAUL 



ANNA REDDING 




Girls 



LAURA HAYS 





PAT BOESSER 




Senior 



ALICE HICKS 

Versatility 





NANCY DAWSON" 

School Spirit 



ANN PATTERSON 

Dependability 



Superlatives 




MARY JO PAUL 

Intellect 




SANDY DONALDSON 

Sportsmanship 




PAT BOESSEE 

Beauty 




ANN HARLESS 
Personality 




Senior 




F 




> — ■ 


-a—a 


*" &g& 


w 




«*^"^ 



HELEN SANDERS 
Wit 



SUE ANN SADLER 
Popularity 



u 



perlatives 




ANNA REDDING 
Stylo 




LOIS PERRY 
Charm 




HELEN SETZER 
Originality 



Junior-Senior Dance 1951 Senior Dance 1951 




May Day 




Graduation 




Continuous 

Quality 




Bottled Under Authority of The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

The Capital Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



BELL BAKERIES, INC. 

Bakers of 

Bell Bread and Cake 



DEPENDABLE 

• DRY CLEANING 
* PRESSING 

« DYEING 



CAROLINA 
LEANERS 

116 HARRISON AVENUE 



8871 — DIAL — 8871 



Compliments 


COMPLIMENTS AND 
BEST WISHES 


«i 


OF 


FINCH'S 


SUPERIOR 
STONE COMPANY 


• 




Newest and Most Modern 




Drive Inn 


Insurance Building 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


JSgnum Printing, Company 


(J\alelc}n y Jyortn Carolina 



VILLAGE RESTAURANT 

CAMERON VILLAGE 

Raleigh 



Compliments 
of 



Ww«/w^ 



TWO SHOPS 



16 West Hargett Street 
rhone 2-2905 



Cameron Village 
Phone 3-3851 



Compliments 
of 



BURTON'S 



CAMERON VILLAGE 
Raleigh 



PINE STATE 



MILK 



ICE CREAM 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



DIAL 2-3911 



FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers Corsages 

Graduation Bouquets Decorations 



Phone 8347 



J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 

"We Grow the Flowers We SeH" 



HAYNES STUDIO 



Makers of Fine 

Photog raphs 

for Annuals 



PHONE 3-3512 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

RICHARD G. STONE, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



High school graduates are offered two years of standard college work. 
The curriculum also includes 1 1th and 12th grades of high school work. 
All academic courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

RESIDENT AND DAY-STUDENTS 



Write for Catalogue and View Book 



Best Wishes 
to 


JOB P. WYATT b 
SONS CO. 


Saint Mary's 


Established 1881 


HOTEL SIR WALTER 


HARDWARE 


HOST TO VISITORS 
TO THE CAPITAL 


FARM EQUIPMENT 
SEEDS : BULBS : PLANTS 




INSECTICIDES 


Arthur E. Buddenhagen 
Manager 






A MEYER HOTEL 


325-331 South Wilmington Street 
RALEIGH, N. C 




MELVINS 




PHARMACY 


Tv^odes 


1217 Hillsboro Street 




1 \ FURNITURE 


Phone 5834 


Wilmington Street at Martin 




Phone: 3-5541 - 3-5542 






Complete Drug Store Service 



Compliments 



CAPITAL ICE 
& COAL CO., INC. 



DIAL 5589 



DILLON 
SUPPLY COMPANY 



Raleigh 
Rocky Mount 



Durham 

Goldsboro 




MORE POWER TO YOU 

Since the end of the second world war when materials again 
became available, Carolina Power & Light Company has been 
engaged in the greatest building and expansion program in 
its history. Aireody big new generating units have been in- 
stalled — substations and other installations enlarged and 
improved — urban and rural lines extended. In fact, since 
the end of the war Carolina Power & Light Company has 
built more than 8,000 miles of rural lines and has connected 
more than 64,000 rural and farm customers that did not 
previously have electric service. The building program is con- 
tinuing and under present plans a hundred and forty million 
dollars will be invested in extending and improving electric 
service in the area we serve. 



(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY^ 



NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments 


EQUIPMENT COMPANY 


of 


Construction, Industrial and 


ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO. 


Logging Equipment 




Contractors' and Municipal Supplies 




BOOKS 




STATIONERY 

GIFTS ! 


"International Diesel Power'' 




Raleigh Greenville Wilmington Charlotte 




Guilford Asheville 


Raleigh. N. C. 


Compliments of 


Bernhards' 


PHR Center Furniture 


Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 


Hudson-Belk Company 


Brantley & Sons, Inc. 


Jean's of Raleigh 


T. H. Briggs & Sons, Inc. 


Mitchell's Hair Styling Salon 


Bright Spot 


Mother-Daughter Stores 


Brogden Produce Company, Inc. 


Occidental Life Insurance Company 


Brooks Recreation Center 


Sears Roebuck and Company 


Canton Cafe 


Stephenson Music Company 


Wayside Furniture House 




^ 



A 




.Co 






-i 



Co 



y 



ti 



•/ 



^ 



£5> 



r^f 



^yoJ*& 



>" 



0^" 



%^ 



o» 



< 







•twaw/i/L 





fiS 







1 



Q*» 



Q 



*f 



S 



»> 



P 



A 



J 



QL 



'V* 



/J ^J 



(l^/lajz+^ 



K 






/tdttt- Ouva, 



K 




jrff 



j-- 



^ 



V 



V 



X 



V 



(^ 



<J\ &W> * ^^fo^M 



Yo>^ 



^V 






(In&c^o^ 



rJ 



/ 




s^ 




j 



VU- 



fc 



<Ls*f 



-f-is^J 



*St 



^ 




-ft'^i 





up^ 



J 




<k 




-*b. 





^1 



/